A spokesman said the Hamilton County coroner’s office “accepted the case” of Otto Warmbier, who died Monday in a Cincinnati hospital.
When emergency crews arrived, the playground at B. Carol Hinton Park was already engulfed in flames.
Family, friends and colleagues gathered Tuesday to pay their respects to late Comstock Township Fire Chief Ed Switalski.
Benton Harbor officers are looking for a group of armed men who allegedly tried to force six women into their vehicles.
Michigan State Police are investigating the deaths of an elementary school principal and his son as a possible murder-suicide.
What happened to Otto Warmbier, who fell into a coma then died days after his release, is far more difficult to make sense of.
One lawyer says victims will get 5 to 10 cents on the dollar compared with what they would get by suing a healthy company.
As rain moved in on Monday, viewers captured photos of impressive shelf clouds over West Michigan.
The Foundation for Excellence is close to becoming incorporated as a charitable organization independent from the city of Kalamazoo.
Kalamazoo leaders on Monday presented a draft of the Imagine Kalamazoo 2025 strategic plan to the city commission.
The budget agreement would spend more to address debt in the teacher retirement system and to fix aging infrastructure.
A 73-year-old Grand Haven man was not hurt when he crashed his minivan into an auto parts shop on Monday morning.
Kyle Busch was in West Michigan Monday to start the engine at Berlin Raceway in the Money in the Bank 150.
The future of the Zeeland Police Department has come under debate.
A Grandville mom has a message to share amid the constant barrage of reports examining the overdose epidemic.
Parents everywhere are working to avoid the “summer slide” while curbing screen time. That’s where “Test 4 Time” comes in.
There is an effort to disincorporate the village of Spring Lake, meaning it would become part of Spring Lake Township.
On Wednesday, 1,000 volunteers packed Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids to pack up to 200,000 meals for West Michigan families.
Sheriff’s authorities are asking for help to identify a person of interest connected to two vehicle arsons in Grand Rapids Township.
Michigan’s unemployment rate has dropped to 4.2 percent, according to government statistics.